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After turning pro at the age of 16, tennis prodigy Andre Agassi rose to international fame, earning 60 men’s singles titles, including eight Grand Slam singles championships, over a 20-year career. A former World No. 1 player, Agassi is the only male player ever to win all four Grand Slam titles and an Olympic gold medal. He was also a member of three winning Davis Cup teams (1990, 1992 and 1995).


Tennis champion Stefanie Graf, winner of 22 Grand Slam singles titles, remains the only player to win Wimbledon, the French Open, the US Open and the Australian Open at least four times.

In a career spanning 17 years, Graf won 107 singles titles and is the first—and still only—woman player to achieve the “Golden Slam” by winning all four Grand Slam singles titles and the Olympic gold medal in the same year.

Graf was ranked No. 1 for a WTA-record 377 weeks, the longest of any player, male or female, since rankings began.



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Shared values, balanced living

Together Andre Agassi and Stefanie Graf have built the solid foundation of a strong family and a healthy lifestyle. They have focused their relentless compassion toward those in need around the globe.

Andre and Stefanie are passionate about family, healthy living and community. These three components are the core of their definition of lifestyle, a holistic value system that recognizes the health not only of the self but of the whole.


As active and attentive parents of two young children, Andre and Stefanie understand first-hand the importance of family. They place family at the center of everything they do.


From nutrition to exercise, Andre and Stefanie are dedicated to living well. By setting a positive example and living their values, they offer a passionate and authentic form of inspiration.


The Andre Agassi Foundation for Education is dedicated to transforming U.S. public education for underserved youth. Stefanie’s Germany-based global foundation, Children for Tomorrow, is giving children a chance for a better future.



Known for their intense drive on the tennis court, both Andre Agassi and Stefanie Graf bring that same dedication every day to their philanthropic efforts. Each has a distinct, well-developed charitable foundation that is helping to improve the lives of young people. Read on to learn more about the past, present and future of these distinguished organizations.

Andre Agassi Foundation for Education

The Andre Agassi Foundation for Education is an educational organization dedicated to transforming U.S. public education for underserved youth. The Foundation drives reform by engaging in practice, policy and partnerships that provide quality education and enrichment opportunities.

Children for Tomorrow

Children for Tomorrow is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1998 by Stefanie Graf with the goal of helping children and families who are victims of war, persecution and violence. The Foundation offers children help in processing traumatic experiences of violence and “psychological rebuilding”.